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Is SNS mandatory to determine 'subscribe-success' when verifying a customer subscription for Saas-based platform?
When the customer is redirected to the Saas-based product landing page, they will have a x-amzn-marketplace-token that can be exchanged for the unique customer identiﬁer, customer AWS account Id, and corresponding product code. However, there are few places in the SaaS manual that state to not create any resources for the customer unless the 'subscribe-success' status is verified. Is the exchange of the marketplace token enough to verify the 'subscribe-success' status or is confirming an SNS notification with 'subscribe-success' mandatory? I've looked around the documentation but did not find any verification, so I would appreciate any clarification.
connection to AWS t2 Micro service from 3CX
I have been using AWS to host Debian 10 to connect my 3CX accounts for our phone systems. All working fine. All of a sudden, when i go to create a new service on AWS and then connect to it from 3CX via the installer, I get the following message An unknown error occured: User: arn:aws:iam::090946289178:user/ICT is not authorized to perform: servicequotas:GetServiceQuota on resource: arn:aws:servicequotas:ap-southeast-2:090946289178:ec2/L-34B43A08 because no identity-based policy allows the servicequotas:GetServiceQuota action I have tried everything I can think of. Delete the AWS service and install again Create user in IAM Create key pairs add debian subscription. I am following the same path as when I setup the existing system which works fine. I have also tried connecting with my other subscriptions to AWS and get the same message I also created a new AWS account and added a new subscription, IAM and Key pair there and got the same message. 3CX support has no idea what it is. Can anyone shed some light here? David
AWS marketplace token generation for CI/CD tests
Is there any simpler (api/sdk) way to generate the x-amzn-marketplace-token token based on the stored credentials of the amazon test account? So when we try to setup our software via the marketplace listing, a https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/saas/ordering/setupAccount POST call is made in response to which aws generates a registration token. this token is then used in the AWS Marketplace Metering Service calls later to perform different operations. And i was basically trying to automate the process of signing up from marketplace but as far as i could see, the token generation is opaque and only generated by amazon itself. so i couldn't find any corresponding sdk/api call in amazon documentation to simulate this action in my automation. In order to get that marketplace registration token, I really want to avoid spawning a full browser and simulating a user logging in, going to the product page, and clicking subscribe which would be my second approach if i don't have a direct way of generating the token.
SUSE 15 SP3 stucked on "status check 1/2" during reboot after update to latest version.
Hello Team, our SUSE 15 SP3 instance(r4.2xlarge) is stucked in "status check 1/2" during reboot after upgraded it latest version. Here are some logs as well. Please share some solutions. **"cloud-init: ci-info: | Device | Up | Address | Mask | Scope | Hw-Address | [ 41.805561] cloud-init: ci-info: +--------+------+-----------+-----------+-------+------------+ [ 41.810798] cloud-init: ci-info: | lo | True | 127.0.0.1 | 255.0.0.0 | host | . | [ 41.816025] cloud-init: ci-info: | lo | True | ::1/128 | . | host | . | [ 41.820613] cloud-init: ci-info: +--------+------+-----------+-----------+-------+------------+ [ 41.824672] cloud-init: ci-info: +++++++++++++++++++Route IPv6 info+++++++++++++++++++ [ 41.828212] cloud-init: ci-info: +-------+-------------+---------+-----------+-------+ [ 41.832368] cloud-init: ci-info: | Route | Destination | Gateway | Interface | Flags | [ 41.837993] cloud-init: ci-info: +-------+-------------+---------+-----------+-------+ [ 41.842556] cloud-init: ci-info: +-------+-------------+--------[ 0.000000] Linux version 5.3.18-150300.59.49-default (geeko@buildhost) (gcc version 7.5.0 (SUSE Linux)) #1 SMP Mon Feb 7 14:40:20 UTC 2022 (77d9d02)" ** Thanks, Bhupendra +91-XXXXXXXXXX Edit: Removed personally identifiable information (phone number) per Community Guidelines.
Cisco FTDv Firewall Initial Configuration issue with connectivity to AWS VPC
Hello AWS Community I have an issue with the initial configuration on a Cisco FTDv Firewall FDM, pretty much the issue is that I cannot seem to receive the traffic on the FTDv when I try to reach any Public addresses , a little bit about the setup 4 Interfaces (Inside, Outside, MGMT and Diagnostic) From the FTDv directly I can ping google(184.108.40.206) without issues From the subnets on AWS I can ping all interfaces of the FTDv, but not to google or any public subnet. I did a packet tracer test on the FIrewall simulating any of the servers I have on AWS and traffic is allowed correctly. However I never see the attempts reaching the FTD when I ping google or any public IP if I do it from the servers on the AWS VPC. In the VPC my next hop for 0.0.0.0/0 is the Inside Interface NIC of the FTDv PD: I do see the traffic of the servers in the Inside interface when I ping the interfaces of the FTDv since those are working fine. but not when I ping anything Public. I also setup a capture on the FTDv and I never see attempts of the internal servers only when try to reach anything Public. Seems like an issue between the FTDv and AWS Vpc Hoping somebody has some insight on it Thanks in Advance
How do I query in SM Parameter Store AMI Alias for a specific version of Amazon ECS-Optimized Amazon Linux 2 AMI
I am trying to query the AMI by lookup up the AMI Alias in SM Parameter Store for a specific version of Amazon ECS-Optimized Amazon Linux 2 AMI. The AMI Alias listed on Marketplace (https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/server/configuration?productId=9c5eb799-bb6a-4a52-8fda-8e90b3f751f1) is `Ami Alias: /aws/service/marketplace/prod-phaazl5qm6pka/2.0.20220121` When I query `Name: equals: /aws/service/marketplace/prod-phaazl5qm6pka/2.0.20220121` I get "You do not have any parameters in this region." I am able to query the "latest" version of the AMI Alias with a query `Name: equals: /aws/service/marketplace/prod-phaazl5qm6pka/latest` and get back exactly on result that has a string value with the expected AMI (currently `ami-0e4efed85dffc2b28` for `us-east-2`). I want to create some automation that uses the AMI Alias for specific version, and not "latest" and be able to lookup the AMI by region. What am I doing wrong in my query? Or am I maybe missing some permissions or something somewhere?
Does Image Builder supports creating an image from a Marketplace AMI?
Hi everyone, I have a Marketplace subscription for a pre-hardened image from CIS. I need to upgrade to the latest version, whenever a new release is available on the Marketplace. Can I use the Image Builder? Does the Image Builder supports a Marketplace AMI as base image? I have tried and got error. Thanks
Uploading PC CD Games to my workspace
HI, I have some PC CD games that I used on my Windows machine. I want to know if I can upload the games to my AWS Windows workspace? I now would use the AWS desktop app to connect to my AWS windows workspace and play the game using the cloud. Is this possible? 1) how do I get the game uploaded to my AWS workspace? Do I order a hardrive (snow device) from AWS load the games on the snowdevice at home and then send the hardrive back to AWS data center and have them uploaded to my workspace? I like this idea so I can go to any computer with internet connection and the AWS Workspace App and play the game from anywhere. 2) Am I thinking about this all wrong? What other means do you recommend for playing games using the AWS workspace or any suggestions? Part of my motivation is to learn about AWS workspaces and what the capabilities are over a home computer. Maybe all I need to buy is a thin client here at home and not buy the new windows 11 machine.
AWS Marketplace: Grant distribution is not supported for this offer at this time.
Hello, We've purchased a container image from the AWS Marketplace and were hoping to utilize it across-the-board for one of our services – i.e. in production, in our staging environment, and for local development. However, this is proving difficult because we use an AWS Organization containing several AWS accounts – an account per environment, and an account per developer. I made the Marketplace purchase from our "root" account, but now I'm unable to share it properly with the other accounts. When trying to activate it in one of the other accounts, we are getting: "Grant distribution is not supported for this offer at this time." Questions: - Who should I ask RE: changing that configuration? AWS or the seller? - Is there a better way to solve this problem? (The issue is that only a user for the AWS account that purchased the image can pull it from ECR. I'm guessing, worst-case, we could have shared credentials for an IAM user in this account, but that seems hacky) Thanks for any help provided!